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Max CreekMax Creek Live at Toad's Place on 1997-11-13 (November 13, 1997)

something has gone horribly wrong 8-p
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Collection: MaxCreek
Band/Artist: Max Creek
Date: November 13, 1997 (check for other copies)
Venue: Toad's Place
Location: New Haven, CT

Source: SBD > unknown
Lineage: unknown gen cassettes > Yamaha KX-W321 cassette deck > Griffin iMic > Wire Tap Pro > aiff > SoundSoap 2 (tape hiss removal) > Peak Pro 6 (audio editing) > xACT > flac
Taped by: unknown
Transferred by: Ed Hall
Keywords: Eamon Cronin


Description

One-set show: Wild Side > Big Boat > Something Is Forming, You're the Only One, When It Comes to You > Blood Red Roses > If You Ask Me > Feels like Rain > The Same Things > Thank You > Gypsy Blue > Mercury Blues. Encores: Lawyers Guns and Money > One Way Out (Eamon Cronin)

Notes

For complete show info click on the "text file - show info" link just above

John on acoustic bass for "You're the Only One"

Eamon Cronin on vocals for "One Way Out"

Two gaps during "When It Comes to You"; fade-outs & fade-ins added

Gap (tape flip) at start of "The Same Things"; fade-out & fade-in added

Please leave a review of this show, your memories of it, whatever... what do you think of the band's performance? What do you think of the sound? Do you notice any problems with the show? Any suggestions for improving these recordings?

Did I make any mistakes or omissions? Email me at ed@scoogy.com and I will fix them.

Individual Files

Audio Files Flac VBR MP3 Ogg Vorbis
Wild Side > 68.6 MB
19.6 MB
8.8 MB
Big Boat > 37.2 MB
10.6 MB
4.8 MB
Something Is Forming 65.7 MB
18.2 MB
8.1 MB
tuning 5.7 MB
2.2 MB
1.1 MB
You're the Only One 31.6 MB
9.6 MB
4.5 MB
When It Comes to You > 68.8 MB
19.4 MB
8.8 MB
Blood Red Roses > 74.2 MB
21.8 MB
9.7 MB
If You Ask Me > 65.1 MB
18.8 MB
8.2 MB
Feels like Rain > 39.3 MB
12.2 MB
5.6 MB
The Same Things > 24.0 MB
6.6 MB
2.9 MB
Thank You > 42.3 MB
12.1 MB
5.5 MB
Gypsy Blue > 37.4 MB
10.7 MB
5.0 MB
Mercury Blues 37.6 MB
9.7 MB
4.4 MB
Happy Birthday Mark 9.6 MB
2.9 MB
1.4 MB
Lawyers, Guns and Money > 26.7 MB
6.9 MB
3.0 MB
One Way Out 40.6 MB
10.5 MB
4.8 MB
Information FormatSize
mc1997-11-13.flac16.ffp Flac FingerPrint 896.0 B
mc1997-11-13.flac16.md5 Checksums 912.0 B
mc1997-11-13.flac16_files.xml Metadata [file]
mc1997-11-13.flac16_meta.xml Metadata 1.9 KB
mc1997-11-13.flac16_reviews.xml Metadata 1.6 KB
Other Files Archive BitTorrent Text
mc1997-11-13.flac16_archive.torrent 47.3 KB
text file - show info 1.3 KB

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Reviewer: DaMuliem - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - April 5, 2013
Subject: same thing tape gap.
at the Start of Same Thing? It might of faded out at the start, but the fade in is at the end. Safe to say the song isn't there at all. The boys are rockin though!!! I love the intro into 'Thank You'! Funky.

Reviewer: micah6vs8 - - April 3, 2013
Subject: Cheesiest keys in the 'verse
I love me some MC and who doesn't love Mark in particular, but you have to give him the above title for the fat '80s synth sounds throughout Wild Side > Big Boat > Something Is Forming.

Also on the archive, but shows some of Mark's chops is You Write The Book from http://archive.org/details/mc2008-03-22.flac16f

Reviewer: stout - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - March 16, 2013
Subject: high energy
Mmmark's birthday show, what a treat! The gem of this show, in my opinion, is the lawyers, guns and money.